Trump turns attention to Georgia as polls signal danger

Trump turns attention to Georgia as polls signal danger

President Trump will head to Georgia on Friday as pollsters sound the alarm that a Republican presidential nominee is in danger of losing the state for the first time since 1992.

Republicans have dominated the state for a generation, but a new Quinnipiac University survey found Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden held a 7-point lead, fueled in part by a decline in the state’s aging white population and the population growth in Atlanta.

Local officials said the start of early voting on Monday attracted a record number of people.

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Trump carried the state by 5 points in 2016, and plans for a Make America Great Again rally at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport in Macon delighted Democrats, who said it showed the state was now in play. It comes amid visits to crucial battleground states such as Pennsylvania, Florida, and Wisconsin.

The stakes are further raised by two keenly contested Senate races in a year in which

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